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    • Alainn escribió...
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    • 24 Ene 2012, 14:12

    Re: Non-sites?

    btocher said:
    I realise it's not a website, but it's worth noting that the Sonos multi-room system scrobbles too, from any player in the house: Sonos Wireless Music System
    Good suggestion for an extra list, would be handy to know this when purchasing equipment like that.

    • [Usuario eliminado] escribió...
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    • 10 Feb 2012, 23:17
    http://thisismyjam.com

    From their website:

    1
    SHARE ONE SONG

    Choose one song. That song that’s been stuck on repeat, that one you love. Personalize it to make it yours, then share it with the world. This is your jam, and it's yours for up to seven days. Change it whenever the mood strikes, but choose wisely. You only have one!

    2
    PUMP UP THE JAMS

    Follow people if you like their music; and only if you like their music. Then play all their jams with one click. Listen to an evolving radio station of the best music, handpicked every day by your friends.

    The music you pick is from sites like youtube and soundcloud.

    You can link your profile to twitter, facebook & last.fm.

    When you link to last.fm it will scrobble your plays, suggest songs based on your plays on last.fm and it will "love" the track that you have chosen. These are all optional.

    • jankuca escribió...
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    • 14 Feb 2012, 16:43
    Semi-automatic Last.fm Scrobbler
    http://scrobbler.loggrr.com

    It features a manual scrobbler but mainly a radio station scrobbler.
    When you listen to a radio station (that is supported by the scrobbler), just start the scrobbler and it will fetch the currently playing info from the station and scrobble it to your last.fm profile. You can even modify the tags (artist, song) before the actual scrobbling so you can correct the info.

    • [Usuario eliminado] escribió...
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    • 15 Feb 2012, 0:35
    jankuca said:
    Semi-automatic Last.fm Scrobbler
    http://scrobbler.loggrr.com

    It features a manual scrobbler but mainly a radio station scrobbler.
    When you listen to a radio station (that is supported by the scrobbler), just start the scrobbler and it will fetch the currently playing info from the station and scrobble it to your last.fm profile. You can even modify the tags (artist, song) before the actual scrobbling so you can correct the info.
    Looks good, I especially like the radio scrobbler. One of the better web-based radio station scrobblers (of those I am aware of).

    Supported radio stations:
    - BBC Radio 1
    - BBC Radio 1 Xtra
    - XFM London
    - 1 club: Club FM Radio Channel 1
    - Cro 4: Radio Wave [CZ]
    - Express Radio [CZ]
    - Evropa 2 [CZ]
    - Radio 1 [CZ]
    - Flippin Radio [GR]

    Are you going to add more radio stations?

    • jankuca escribió...
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    • 15 Feb 2012, 14:09
    Are you going to add more radio stations?

    If someone requests one, then sure ;-)

  • how about http://www.di.fm/trance/ & afterhours fm? :)

  • I would like this one very much since is the best radio station in Brazil:
    http://oifm.oi.com.br/

    • bliksala escribió...
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    • 30 Mar 2012, 18:13
    We7 is still good as free scrobbeling radio

  • Vevo works from their iOS app and their site. Granted the site constantly unchecks the 'scrobble to last.fm' box. (not sure who's fault it is) So you have to recheck it every time you go there.

    I know it's not 'radio', but it's the same premise. And there's obviously the content availability issue in some countries. I seem to run into that issue less when using vevo itself though, so I think they may filter out what you can't watch. Not positive on that one.

    • Mynister escribió...
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    • 17 Abr 2012, 15:49
    MJSpice said:
    http://www.soundtrckr.com/

    not sure if it scrobbles....



    I´m also using Soundtracker (soundtracker.fm), it features cool single artist radio stations. Similar artists seem to be generated in accordance to Last.fm data. Lot's of artists content, and more variety in track playing compared with Pandora, imho.

    Anyone found any scrobber to this streaming site?

  • Spotify launched in Germany (March 2012). So you probably correct that in the list.

    Also simfy.de cut their free services so free users can only listen to 30 sec previews of a track. It is now a subscription only service.

  • I think cog scrobbler should be added. It takes tag info from discogs.com. A handy tool for vinyl lovers. http://cogscrobbler.ulfurinn.net/

    Mumbley !!
  • tunein.com, please!

    • jankuca escribió...
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    • 22 Jun 2012, 13:50
    Could you use the header image from the site instead of the placeholder? http://scrobbler.loggrr.com

  • Shuffler.fm also scrobbles

    • bhnju escribió...
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    • 28 Jul 2012, 12:28

    scrobble

    presto.fm and radio.com

    • Dr-Flay escribió...
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    • 10 Sep 2012, 4:31

    Scrobble from any site

    https://addons.opera.com/en-gb/extensions/details/yahoo-media-player/
    This Opera browser plugin, lets you choose from Yahoo media player or Streampad player.
    I often use the streampad option, as it lets me log into my Winamp account, so I can Orgle while I scrobble.

    If you give an infinite number of monkeys, an infinite number of internet connections, you do not get a site hosting the works of Bobo Shakespeare.
    What you get is "Youtube".
    http://about.me/dr.flay
  • Mynister said:
    MJSpice said:
    http://www.soundtrckr.com/

    not sure if it scrobbles....



    I´m also using Soundtracker (soundtracker.fm), it features cool single artist radio stations. Similar artists seem to be generated in accordance to Last.fm data. Lot's of artists content, and more variety in track playing compared with Pandora, imho.

    Anyone found any scrobber to this streaming site?



    I would also love to have a Soundtracker scrobbler... So far, I didn't find any :(
    Did anyone have more luck?

  • My Cloud Player - powered by SoundCloud

    http://mycloudplayers.com - audio player and music discovery powered by SoundCloud, playlist support and Now Listenenin, Scrobbling, love/unlove on Last.fm

    My Cloud Player http://mycloudplayers.com
    ...with Scrobbling support powered by SoundCloud.
    • ilias_a escribió...
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    • 11 Feb 2013, 18:50

    Recordlective - powered by youtube

    http://www.recordlective.com/ supports scrobbling once you sign in. (free)

  • Tracks Flow -- the newest streaming service (free)

    Tracks Flow -- is the best of all the possible worlds of streaming: it's an online web-service which combines:

    * streaming a user generated content from VK.com (tracks shared by VK users),
    * scrobbling to and getting meta-data from Last.fm,
    * playlists creation,
    * posting selected tracks from your personal stream to Twitter and Facebook,
    * subscription to your favorite TF users' streams (following and followers)

    and much more... watch for the updates and news from developers' blog!

    There's also a moble app: https://itunes.apple.com/app/tracks-flow/id541091119 So far for iOS 5.1 devices only, the Android version is coming.


    Please, don't be scared with mandatory registration form, if you'd like just to take a look then you can fill the registration form with whatever data you want -- there's no email address verification, yet.

    Thank you and have fun with us!

    confusion will be my epitaph...
    • Alainn escribió...
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    • 11 Mar 2013, 10:52
    @yohanpalych: Works good in Chrome (nice clean interface). But in FF (19.0.2) only the main page shows up in the center div, all the other pages (artist content, profile settings) only show the two sidebars. Disabling ABP+Flash-block doesn't change this.

  • Archive.org scrobbler

    I'd really enjoy it if there is an extension for Chrome or a downloadable capability for foobar that would allow me to scrobble live sets off of Archive.org and its embedded player.

    Has anyone encountered such a thing?

    ...and I alone stand a chance, but not a second chance
    • Alainn escribió...
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    • 22 Mar 2013, 15:47
    You could try ex.fm (Chrome extension) or MusicBee (windows application). It depends a lot on the quality of the tags for the embedded files (they vary a lot on archive.org).

  • Thanks for the info, Alainn. I know what you mean about the inconsistent tags on archive.org.

    I have Chrome Scrobbler but it doesn't ever seem to work - with YouTube or BandCamp. I guess I need to ex.fm.

    ...and I alone stand a chance, but not a second chance
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